Tuesday, 28 May 2019 by

Die Internasionale politieke gebeure die afgelope 2 weke het beleggers se portefeuljes nadelig geraak a.g.v. die handelsoorlog tussen die VSA en China.     Vir die periode 1 Januarie 2019 tot 1 Mei 2019 het die Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) met 14.2% (of 7264 punte) gestyg en beleggers het gewonder watter gebeure die groei tendens

Hereby, Bovest Wealth invites you to our Function to be held on Monday 10 June, at the Ivory Manor Boutique Hotel in Pretoria from 18:00 for 18:30 to 20:30. After the National and Provincial elections took place on the 8th of May, we got asked a number of questions regarding the future of SA and

The dog and his reflection

Tuesday, 07 May 2019 by

Simple stories, timeless lessons…     The dog and his reflection | Greed can lead to costly, foolish behaviour     A dog was crossing a plank bridge over a stream with a piece of meat in his mouth when he happened to see his own reflection in the water. He thought it was another

South Africans will be voting on Wednesday, 8 May, in what is probably the most important general election since the dawn of democracy in 1994. While there is little doubt that the ANC will emerge victoriously, a more important question for SA and for investors is the margin of that victory. Below, CEO of Anchor

In our May newsletter, we provide feedback on last weeks meeting where President Ramaphosa addressed an audience in the Atterbury Theatre in Pretoria. In the video below we also discuss the different scenarios that might take place within the financial sector. See the video here… If you have any questions or comments, do not hesitate

In ons Mei nuusbrief gee Dr. Riaan Botha terugvoor oor laas week se voorlegging wat President Cyril Ramaphosa in Pretoria by die Atterbury Teater gelewer het. In die kort video hieronder bespreek hy ook die verskillende gevolge wat die verkiesing vir spesifiek die finansiele sektor mag inhou. Kyk gerus na die video hier. Laat weet